The Tarot of Work
The Tarot of Work is a game inspired by several tools of collective intelligence, in particular the game of tao, tinkered and revisited to form a collaborative divination tarot set. In it, each player sets out on a personal quest related to work and daily life. The quest is specified during a first card draw, "the draw of the present", then omens are revealed during a second draw: "the draw of the future".
The group supports each player in their quest. Unlike a classic tarot set, there is no need for experts to read the cards: the whole group has the power to unravel the mysteries of the game. In the final draw, called "commitment", players make a personal commitment that may involve the rest of the group.
Duration: 1,5 to 3 hours
Number of players: 2 to 5 people
Materials: a Tarot of Work deck, white beans, a magic formula, a speaking voice, speakers, a palm tree under glass.
Design: Mathilde Maillard
Graphic design and editorial follow-up: Lucie Caouder
Collecting photos and drawings: Mathilde Maillard
Illustrations : Samuel Trenquier
Acknowledgments : Diederik Peeters, Samuel Hackwill
Self-publishing: Club Travail and Lucie Caouder